ROCK CHIP REPAIR SERVICES 

CASH REPAIR 
$65.00 + TAX

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When setting an appointment, you will receive a phone call confirmation from our office to validate the exact time.

Even a tiny rock chip can be an impediment if it’s obstructing any part of your vision.
Because your safety is of our utmost concern; and because we will try to make your experience at AutoGlass Solutions Inc. as cost-effective as possible, we may recommend repair in lieu of complete replacement.

Most insurances companies will even waive your deductible for a rock chip repair, so there will be no out of pocket expenses to you. Just simply provide us with your insurance provider and policy number, and we will contact the insurance company to confirm coverage and schedule a time that is convenient for you. It’s really that easy. There are many kinds of damage we can expertly repair. Any type of rock chip can impede your vision and compromise the integrity of your entire windshield if not properly repaired.

Chips like these don’t have to necessitate an entire windshield replacement. In fact, if caught immediately, we can restore to its original structural integrity. And your windshield is guaranteed to not exhibit cracks in that area for as long as you have your vehicle!

As soon as you experience damage from flying rocks or other debris, call on AutoGlass Solutions Inc. Pride in our workmanship is evident in every step we take to get you back on the road and seeing clearly. We can repair any rock chip as long as it is the size of a silver dollar or less. The optical quality and clarity of your repair will be much better than before the repairs were completed.

The repair process involves:

  • Clearing debris and most importantly, moisture, from the damaged area.

  • Injecting crystal clear resin into the chip. 

  • Applying vacuum pressure to firmly seal the resin to the glass and leave a structurally sound surface. 
  • Exposing the area to UV rays, which cures the resin.